What Types Of Medical Professionals Can Perform Botox?
To be able to administer neuromodulator and dermal filler injections, you must be a registered nurse, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, physician, dentist, or surgeon.
How Long Does It Take To Get Botox Certified?
Once you complete your course, training, and certification, you can become a certified cosmetic injector. Our program's beginner’s course is ten hours, and the advanced course is twenty hours.
Do I Need An Aesthetician Certification Before I Enroll In The Course?
You can take cosmetic injection training as long as you are a qualified medical professional. However, you must be one of the listed medical providers to begin training.
Do I Need Insurance To Practice Botox?
Malpractice insurance is essential for all providers who start their own companies. However, the rates are commonly affordable and easy to obtain once you have received certification.
What Other Aesthetic Treatments Can I Perform As A Medical Professional?
With the right qualifications and training, you could become proficient in aesthetic treatments such as skin tightening, lasers, or laser hair removal.
What Are The Differences Between Beginner's & Advanced Courses?
Dr. Sajan offers comprehensive training with both courses, but the advanced course delves into more advanced cosmetic injection techniques. Additionally, the advanced course offers business suggestions and training. The basic course provides a great understanding of the fundamentals of cosmetic injections.
Will I Get An Injection Certification Upon Completion?
Yes, if you complete your course and pass your exam, you will receive an injection certification.
How Many Hours Are Dedicated To Hands-On Training?
It depends on the course you take. The beginner’s course is ten hours of coursework, while the advanced course is twenty.
Are Models Provided?
Yes, at our clinic, we provide the models for the hands-on training portion. However, if you want to bring a friend or volunteer to the course, you are welcome to.